Spirituality / Self-Help

Please feel free to leave me a comment regarding these books or any others that you have found useful or helpful.

Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life: Living The Wisdom Of The Tao – Dr Wayne W Dyer

Tao Te Ching  – Lao Tzu


Communication Miracles for Couples: Easy and Effective Tools to Create More Love and Less Conflict, by Jonathan Robinson


Thai Meditations by James Alexander

Buddhism for Mothers of Schoolchildren by Sarah Napthali. “Finding calm in the chaos of the school years.”

A Path With Heart by Jack Kornfield. “The classic guide through the chaos and perils of spiritual life.”

In Sheep’s Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People by George K Simon

Will I ever be good enough?  by Karyl McBride. “Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers.”

Enough About You, Let’s Talk About Me by Dr Les Carter. “How to recognise and manage the narcissists in your life.”

Radical Forgiveness by Colin Tipping

Meditation for Beginners by Jack Kornfield; with integrated CD

Guiding Principles for Life Beyond Victim Consciousness by Lynne Forrest

Anger: Buddhist Wisdom for Putting Out the Flames by Thich Nhat Hanh

Eat Right For Your Type by Dr Peter J D’Adamo

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4 responses to “Spirituality / Self-Help

  • Karen Bunce

    Hi Erisian. Just found your blog and love it – and the pix of the cute kids!
    About these books you recommend I need some help with my Mom, she lives alone (3 times divorced) and she calls me every day. If I don’t talk to her she says she’ll kill herself and she already tried that more than once. It’s getting to my partner and my little girl, and my therapist says I should cut lose but its hard. Would one of these books help me? Or which one would be best?
    Yours, Karen

    • erisian

      Hi Karen, Thanks for taking the time to comment and I’m sorry to hear of your tribulations. I would recommend both In Sheep’s Clothing and Enough About You, Let’s Talk About Me – the first is a very slim book and an enormously helpful eye-opener, while the second goes into more depth and provides more managing tactics and strategies. I ought to add that I am currently reading Lynne Forrest’s Beyond Victim Consciousness and am finding it incredibly useful too, both from the perspective of understanding myself and my own behaviours better, but also others and theirs. Whatever else you come away with – and you wouldn’t be asking if you didn’t already know – your situation as it stands does not sound to me like one that you can sustain without its taking its toll on you.
      I wish you the very best in your journey and I do hope this goes some way to helping.
      Warmly, Alice

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